Gov of Newfoundland - Ferries

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Gov of Newfoundland - Ferries

Postby The Dieselduck » Fri May 12, 2017 6:28 am

Various positions with Government ferry fleet. Follow instructions to apply.


Failure to submit all the required certificates will result in an application being screened out.

Applicants can submit the required documents and credentials by either:

a) Scanning them into ONE PDF and uploading it to the online job portal at the time of application

OR

b) Fax them in with a cover page indicating the competition number for which you had applied on through the online job portal

For more information about this opportunity please call Glenn Tremblett, Marine Superintendent at (709) 535-6220.

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador values diversity in the work place and is an equal opportunity employer.
Preference will be given to applicants who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
Applications should be received before the close of business on the closing date - late applications with explanation may be accepted.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required merit criteria.
Applications that do not clearly demonstrate the required criteria will be screened-out.
All applications must contain accurate contact information, including current mailing address, email address and phone number.
This competition may be used to fill future similar vacancies with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

How To Apply

Applications, quoting Competition Number, should be submitted

https://www.hiring.gov.nl.ca/Account.as ... 20continue.

By Mail
Human Resource Secretariat, Strategic Staffing Division
50 Mundy Pond Road
P.O. Box 8700
St. John’s, NL, A1B 4J6
By Fax
(709) 729-6737

Applicants must submit copies of valid Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Marine Basic First Aid, Marine Medical.

Failure to submit all the required certificates will result in an application being screened out.

Applicants can submit the required documents and credentials by either:

a) Scanning them into ONE PDF and uploading it to the online job portal at the time of application

OR

b) Fax them in with a cover page indicating the competition number for which you had applied on through the online job portal

For more information about this opportunity please call Glenn Tremblett, Marine Superintendent at (709) 535-6220.

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Oiler

Postby The Dieselduck » Fri May 12, 2017 6:29 am

Marine Oiler
Department of Transportation and Works - Canada
$19.58 - $21.47 an hour


Under the direction and supervision of the Chief Engineer / 2 nd Engineer, this general maintenance and operations position starts up equipment in the engine room, bow thruster, steering flat and around the decks; Checks machinery for leaks, loose fittings, broken pipes, loose wires and any other hazards that can cause mechanical failure; Performs regular preventative maintenance work on machinery, checks running hours on machinery and orders oil and parts, as required; Performs minor mechanical repairs; Checks and maintains oil levels on all machinery; Ensures drains, sinks and toilets are work properly for passengers and crew; Advises Chief and Second Engineer on condition of equipment and/or potential problems that may arise; Cleans strainers in engine room, greases as required and ensure batteries are running; Performs general cleaning and painting in engine room and all machinery spaces; Performs checks of all safety equipment used for fire-fighting, lifesaving drills, and first aid equipment to ensure it is in good working condition; Completes records and maintains logs; Participates in fire-fighting and rescue operations, as required Other related duties as assigned.

Merit Criteria (What is this?) Screening Criteria
Experience working within the engine room of marine vessels including routine engine maintenance and repairs.
Engine Room Assistant or Engine Room Rating Certificate issued by Transport Canada.
Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents.
Valid Marine Basic First Aid.
Valid Marine Medical Certificate.
WHMIS Certificate.
Passenger Safety Management course. (asset)
ROC-Marine Commercial. (asset)


Assessment Criteria
Knowledge of the operation, maintenance and repair of routine engine equipment.
Basic computer skills.
Ability to communicate effectively (verbal).
Ability to manage time and organize tasks.
Ability to solve problems independently.
Ability to work in a team.
Commitment to safety.


Conditions of Employment (What is this?) Conditions of
Offer
Submission of Engine Room Assistant or Engine Room Rating Certificate issued by Transport Canada, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Valid Marine Basic First Aid, Valid Marine Medical Certificate and WHMIS.
Certificate of Conduct satisfactory to the Employer.
Vulnerable Sector Query satisfactory to the Employer.


Conditions of Acceptance
Applicants are advised that positions will be of variable duration and terminate on or before March 31, 2018, subject to possibility of extension.
These positions are short term, casual call-in.
Participation in any safety course training, as offered and required by the Department.


Applicant Information
Applicants must submit copies of Engine Room Assistant or Engine Room Rating Certificate issued by Transport Canada, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Valid Marine Basic First Aid, Valid Marine Medical Certificate and WHMIS with their application.

Failure to submit all the required certificates will result in an application being screened out.

Applicants can submit the required documents and credentials by either:

a) Scanning them into ONE PDF and uploading it to the online job portal at the time of application
OR

b) Fax them in with a cover page indicating the competition number for which you had applied on through the online job portal
For more information about this opportunity please call Glenn Tremblett, Marine Superintendent at (709) 535-6220.

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador values diversity in the work place and is an equal opportunity employer.
Preference will be given to applicants who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
Applications should be received before the close of business on the closing date - late applications with explanation may be accepted.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required merit criteria.
Applications that do not clearly demonstrate the required criteria will be screened-out.
All applications must contain accurate contact information, including current mailing address, email address and phone number.
This competition may be used to fill future similar vacancies with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Martin Leduc
Certified Marine Engineer and Webmaster
Martin's Marine Engineering Page
http://www.dieselduck.net

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TC Fourth Class

Postby The Dieselduck » Fri May 12, 2017 6:31 am

Marine Engineer Fourth Class

Competition Details
Referral Number =TW.EL.17.18.R0066
Employment type Eligibility List
Division Marine Services - Regional Services
Position Group NAPE - Marine Services
Department Department of Transportation and Works
Location Multiple vessels.
Closing Date No closing date
Salary (scale) $23.89 - $26.47 per hour (CG-28)
Benefits Onboarding

The Department of Transportation and Works is responsible for the administration, supervision, control, regulation, management and direction of all matters relating to transportation and public works. As such, the department oversees the construction and maintenance of the provincial highways; the provision of the provincial ferry services; management of the provincial government fleet of light vehicles and heavy equipment; operation and maintenance of the provincial government air ambulances and water bombers; and construction and management of provincial government buildings. The vision of the Department of Transportation and Works is of safe, reliable and sustainable transportation and public works infrastructure and services, demonstrating a commitment to service excellence in supporting the social and economic needs of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Duties
The Engineer is responsible for assisting the Chief Engineer in charge of the mechanical operation and maintenance of the engine room and its auxiliaries. Or to act in the capacity of the Chief Engineer on smaller vessels. The incumbent inspects, cleans and performs minor routine electronic, plumbing, mechanical and hydraulic repairs and maintenance in accordance with departmental preventative maintenance schedules; assist the Chief Engineer to ensure that back-up systems are in operational order; may accompany the vessel as required during refit schedules and assists technical personnel in carrying out repairs and alterations; assists with tie-up lines and other routine work during arrivals and departures of the vessel; participates in security watches when the vessel is non-operational; assist with operation of portable wharf lighting operation and vessel shore based genset operation and maintenance; and performs other related duties as required. Engineers at this level may be called to serve in the capacity of 2nd Engineer or Chief Engineer aboard qualifying vessels.

Screening Criteria

Experience with the operation and maintenance of marine diesel, hydraulic and electrical equipment in a Canadian environment.
4th Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements.
Course work in the electrical and mechanical trades with appropriate marine related courses and training.
Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents.
Valid Marine Basic First Aid.
Valid Marine Medical.
Passenger Safety Management Course and Specialized Passenger Safety Management Course. (asset)

Assessment Criteria

Knowledge of marine engineering.
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of marine diesel, hydraulic and electrical equipment in a Canadian environment.
Basic computer skills.
Ability to communicate effectively (verbal).
Ability to manage time and organize tasks.
Ability to solve problems.
Ability to work in a team.
Commitment to safety.

Conditions of Offer

Proof of 4th Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Marine Basic First Aid, and Marine Medical.
Certificate of Conduct satisfactory to the Employer.
Vulnerable Sector Query satisfactory to the Employer.

Conditions of Acceptance

Applicants are advised that positions will be of variable duration and terminate on or before March 31, 2018, subject to possibility of extension.
These positions are short term, casual call-in.
Participation in any safety course training, as offered and required by the Department.

Applicant Information

Applicants must submit copies of valid a 4th Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Marine Basic First Aid, and Marine Medical with their application.

Failure to submit all the required certificates will result in an application being screened out.

Applicants can submit the required documents and credentials by either:

a) Scanning them into ONE PDF and uploading it to the online job portal at the time of application

OR

b) Fax them in with a cover page indicating the competition number for which you had applied on through the online job portal

For more information about this opportunity please call Glenn Tremblett, Marine Superintendent at (709) 535-6220.

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador values diversity in the work place and is an equal opportunity employer.
Preference will be given to applicants who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
Applications should be received before the close of business on the closing date - late applications with explanation may be accepted.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required merit criteria.
Applications that do not clearly demonstrate the required criteria will be screened-out.
All applications must contain accurate contact information, including current mailing address, email address and phone number.
This competition may be used to fill future similar vacancies with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Martin Leduc
Certified Marine Engineer and Webmaster
Martin's Marine Engineering Page
http://www.dieselduck.net

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TC Third class

Postby The Dieselduck » Fri May 12, 2017 6:33 am

Marine Engineer Third Class (Chief)

Competition Details
Referral Number 0TW.EL.17.18.R0067
Employment type Eligibility List Division
Marine Services - Regional Services
Position Group NAPE - Marine Services
Department Department of Transportation and Works
Location Multiple vessels.
Closing Date No closing date
Salary (scale) $24.52 - $27.23 per hour (CG-29)
Benefits Onboarding

Position Details (What is this?)
Context
The Department of Transportation and Works is responsible for the administration, supervision, control, regulation, management and direction of all matters relating to transportation and public works. As such, the department oversees the construction and maintenance of the provincial highways; the provision of the provincial ferry services; management of the provincial government fleet of light vehicles and heavy equipment; operation and maintenance of the provincial government air ambulances and water bombers; and construction and management of provincial government buildings. The vision of the Department of Transportation and Works is of safe, reliable and sustainable transportation and public works infrastructure and services, demonstrating a commitment to service excellence in supporting the social and economic needs of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Duties
Responsible for the mechanical operation and maintenance of the engine room and its auxiliaries, the successful candidate is required to act as engineer in charge of the engine room and auxiliaries by supervising and participating in activating, operating and controlling the main engines; inspect, clean and perform electronic, plumbing, troubleshoot and perform mechanical and hydraulic repairs aa well as peroform maintenance in accordance with departmental preventative maintenance schedules; ensures that back-up systems are in operational order; accompany the vessel as required during refit schedules and assists technical personnel (where required) in carrying out repairs and alterations; maintain an adequate level of supplies and routine parts; assist with operation of portable wharf lighting operation and vessel shore based genset operation and maintenance; other related duties as required.
Merit Criteria (What is this?)
Screening Criteria

Experience in marine engineering and the operation and maintenance of marine diesel, hydraulic and electrical equipment in a Canadian environment.
3rd Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada.
Related course work in the electrical and mechanical trades with appropriate marine related courses and training.
Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents.
Marine Basic First Aid.
Valid Marine Medical.
Passenger Safety Management Course and Specialized Passenger Safety Management Course.(asset)

Assessment Criteria

Knowledge of marine engineering.
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of marine diesel, hydraulic and electrical equipment in a Canadian environment.
Basic computer skills.
Ability to communicate effectively (verbal).
Ability to manage time and organize tasks.
Ability to solve problems.
Ability to lead others.
Ability to work in a team.
Commitment to safety.

Conditions of Employment(What is this?)
Conditions of
Offer

Proof of 3rd Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements and testimonials, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Marine Basic First Aid, Marine Medical.
Certificate of Conduct satisfactory to the Employer.
Vulnerable Sector Query satisfactory to the Employer.

Conditions of Acceptance

Applicants are advised that positions will be of variable duration and terminate on or before March 31, 2018, subject to possibility of extension.
These positions are short term, casual call-in.
Participation in any safety course training, as offered and required by the Department.

Applicant Information

Applicants must submit copies of valid a 3rd Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Marine Basic First Aid, Marine Medical, MEDs, Marine Basic First Aid, Marine Medical with their application.

Failure to submit all the required certificates will result in an application being screened out.

Applicants can submit the required documents and credentials by either:

a) Scanning them into ONE PDF and uploading it to the online job portal at the time of application

OR

b) Fax them in with a cover page indicating the competition number for which you had applied on through the online job portal


For more information about this opportunity please call Glenn Tremblett, Marine Superintendent at (709) 535-6220.

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador values diversity in the work place and is an equal opportunity employer.
Preference will be given to applicants who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
Applications should be received before the close of business on the closing date - late applications with explanation may be accepted.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required merit criteria.
Applications that do not clearly demonstrate the required criteria will be screened-out.
All applications must contain accurate contact information, including current mailing address, email address and phone number.
This competition may be used to fill future similar vacancies with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Martin Leduc
Certified Marine Engineer and Webmaster
Martin's Marine Engineering Page
http://www.dieselduck.net

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TC Second Class

Postby The Dieselduck » Fri May 12, 2017 6:35 am

Marine Engineer Second Class (Chief)

Competition Details
Referral Number TW.EL.17.18.R0068
Employment type Eligibility List
Division Marine Services - Regional Services
Position Group NAPE - Marine Services
Department Department of Transportation and Works
Location Multiple vessels.
Closing Date No closing date
Salary (scale) $29.83 - $33.28 per hour (CG-35)
Benefits Onboarding

Position Details (What is this?)
Context
The Department of Transportation and Works is responsible for the administration, supervision, control, regulation, management and direction of all matters relating to transportation and public works. As such, the department oversees the construction and maintenance of the provincial highways; the provision of the provincial ferry services; management of the provincial government fleet of light vehicles and heavy equipment; operation and maintenance of the provincial government air ambulances and water bombers; and construction and management of provincial government buildings. The vision of the Department of Transportation and Works is of safe, reliable and sustainable transportation and public works infrastructure and services, demonstrating a commitment to service excellence in supporting the social and economic needs of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Duties
The Chief Engineer is responsible for the mechanical operation and maintenance of the engine room and its auxiliaries. The successful candidate is required to act as engineer in charge of the engine room and auxiliaries by supervising engine room staff and participating in activating, operating and controlling the main engines. The incumbent inspects, cleans and performs electronic, plumbing, mechanical and hydraulic repairs and maintenance in accordance with departmental preventative maintenance schedules; ensures that back-up systems are in operational order; accompanies the vessel as required during refit schedules and assists technical personnel in carrying out repairs and alterations; and maintains an adequate level of supplies and routine parts. The incumbent will maintain a current defect list, update the maintenance program as required and write a refit specification to be submitted to the Marine Superintendent prior to scheduled refit. The incumbent will complete a log abstract at the end of each shift for submission to Marine Headquarters and maintain an up-to-date Chief Engineer’s Logbook. The successful candidate may have to maintain equipment vital to the service such as shore generators and wharf lighting equipment that is located outside of the vessel. Other related duties as assigned.
Merit Criteria (What is this?)
Screening Criteria

Experience in marine engineering and the operation and maintenance of marine diesel, hydraulic and electrical equipment in a Canadian environment.
Experience working with modern control systems.
2nd Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada.
Related course work in the electrical and mechanical trades with appropriate marine related courses and training.
Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents
Marine Basic First Aid Certificate.
Valid Marine Medical.
Passenger Safety Management Course and Specialized Passenger Safety Management Course. (asset)

Assessment Criteria

Knowledge of marine engineering.
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of marine diesel, hydraulic and electrical equipment in a Canadian environment.
Basic computer skills.
Ability to communicate effectively (verbal).
Ability to manage time and organize tasks.
Ability to solve problems.
Ability to lead others.
Ability to work in a team.
Commitment to safety.

Conditions of Employment(What is this?)
Conditions of
Offer

Proof of 2nd Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Marine Basic First Aid, Marine Medical.
Certificate of Conduct satisfactory to the Employer.
Vulnerable Sector Query satisfactory to the Employer.

Conditions of Acceptance

Applicants are advised that positions will be of variable duration and terminate on or before March 31, 2018, subject to possibility of extension.
These positions are short term, casual call-in.
Participation in any safety course training, as offered and required by the Department.

Applicant Information

Applicants must submit copies of valid a 2nd Class Motor Engineer’s Certificate issued by Transport Canada and associated endorsements, Required MED’s (such as A1, B1, B2, with C and D as appropriate) or valid equivalents, Marine Basic First Aid, Marine Medical.

Failure to submit all the required certificates will result in an application being screened out.

Applicants can submit the required documents and credentials by either:

a) Scanning them into ONE PDF and uploading it to the online job portal at the time of application

OR

b) Fax them in with a cover page indicating the competition number for which you had applied on through the online job portal

For more information about this opportunity please call Glenn Tremblett, Marine Superintendent at (709) 535-6220.

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador values diversity in the work place and is an equal opportunity employer.
Preference will be given to applicants who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
Applications should be received before the close of business on the closing date - late applications with explanation may be accepted.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required merit criteria.
Applications that do not clearly demonstrate the required criteria will be screened-out.
All applications must contain accurate contact information, including current mailing address, email address and phone number.
This competition may be used to fill future similar vacancies with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Martin Leduc
Certified Marine Engineer and Webmaster
Martin's Marine Engineering Page
http://www.dieselduck.net


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